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IA 403

2 credits

42.00

 

Dreams: The Secret Language of Sleep

 

Learn to interpret dreams to aid in the understanding of self, others, and problems. Explore dreams and their schemes, symbols, and personal messages. This course includes a dream dictionary and a dream glossary.

IR 400

3 credits

51.12

 

Bridging the Gap between American and European Iridology

 

This is a live class taught by Ellen Tart on video to assist the student in understanding the likenesses and differences between American / Jensen Iridology and the research being done in Europe. A fascinating study using visual aides such as charts, iris slides, and diagrams to teach the students constitutional types, iris signs, and the implications of pupil sizes and shapes. Specific nutritional advice and herbal recommendations are given for each constitutional type.

IR 401

3 credits

51.12

 

Iris Signs and Constitutional Types

 

This course introduces the work of Harri Wolf who is responsible for some of the latest iridology research from Germany. His work has been translated into English and brought to the United States. In this course, Mr. Wolf covers the anatomy of the iris of the eye, gives explanations to the various iris signs, reviews the iris map and iris zones based upon European research, and shows slides depicting the constitutional iris types.

IR 404

5 credits

51.12

 

The Science and Practice of Iridology I

 

The student will learn specific techniques of iris readings and begin to practice using a magnifying lens. A study is made of the normal and abnormal iris and understanding fiber density. How to locate landmarks, the autonomic nerve wreath, and zones corresponding to each of the major body organs, will be explained. Interpretations of iris markings are detailed including types of inflammation, inherent lesion acidity and catarrh, tents, nerve rings, injuries, the lymphatic rosar, the scurf rim radii solaris brain anaemia, and the sodium / cholesterol ring.

IR 405

2 credits

51.12

 

Iris Wisdom and the Allied Healing Arts

 

An advanced iridology and nutrition study that suggests office procedures for iridology and clinical nutrition. Special supplements for special needs are reviewed along with herbal combinations for certain ailments. A wide variety of research in the field of Iridology will be studied. Camera studies and lighting effects are covered. Computerized iris analysis will be demonstrated and explained. Interviews with Iridologists in from around the world are included. The student will learn how iridology may apply to many other healing arts such as chiropractic, homeopathy, acupuncture, and osteopathy.

IR 480

3 credits

51.12

 

Beyond Basic Health through Iridology and Nutrition

 

This course will introduce Iridology and the nutritional connection. The history of Iridology, what it is, and how to use the iris chart to detect specific patterns in the iris, will be taught. The physiology of iris signs will be explained, including iris topography and color variations. Other areas addressed are how Iridology can be used to locate inflammation, toxic material, and mineral deficiencies and estimate tissue integrity. Important information is given concerning the doctor-patient relationship.

IR 500

3 credits

51.12

 

Techniques of Iris Analysis

 

This course explores the body systems, how their reaction fields can be seen in the iris of the eye, and nutrients that are important for the health and proper function of each system. Types of lacanae, constitutional types, and subtypes such as neurogenic, hydrogenoid, uric acid, febrile, connective tissue, phyglandular, anxiety tetantic, and lipemic diathesis are studied. Colors of iris pigments and their meanings are reviewed.

IR 510

4 credits

51.12

 

Master Teaching Series I

 

This course is based on a series of iris slides with written and audiotape commentary by Dr. Jensen to visually teach the markings of the iris according to The Science and Practice of Iridology. Acute, subacute, chronic, and degenerative lesions are shown and explained. The student will gain practical experience from looking at many different types and colors of eyes to discern physical conditions occurring in the body.

IR 511

2 credits

51.12

 

Pre-Cancerous Constitutional Types

 

The student will learn about the research done by Broy, instructor at the Naturopathic College in Munich, West Germany. The three constitutions, which he found to demonstrate a high propensity for development of neoplasia due to metabolic and immunological weaknesses, will be discussed. Slides will be shown to demonstrate that each of these three constitutional types can be noted by specific markings in the iris.

IR 512

3 credits

51.12

 

Visions of Health

 

This course consists of the study of the iris map and how the iris markings and signs relate to the human body. The student will review 56 iris slides with an audio commentary by Dr. Jensen. These slides depict various case histories of Dr. Jensen. He explains which signs to observe in each iris picture and how they correlate with the health condition of each person. The student is then required to analyze various iris slides.

IR 522

3 credits

51.12

 

Iris Analysis and Related Forms of Natural Treatment

 

The student will review the symbolic language of the interior world of the body through signs in the iris of the eye. Various methods of iridology will be reviewed including some sclerology. Case histories will be discussed. Herbal formulas, teas, tincture, oils, and ointments will be suggested as remedies.

IR 560

3 credits

51.12

 

Principals of Iris Diagnosis

 

This course is based on the work of Josef Deck, a master Iridologist and founder of the Institute for Fundamental Research in Iris Diagnosis in Ettlinge, Germany. The student will learn about the history of iridology, heredity, iris constitutions, papillary disturbances and deformations, reflex markings, iris pigments, and transversals. It offers the student unique photographs taken at the Deck Institute with an iridoscope. The iridoscope was instrumental in aiding Joseph Deck to document his clinical studies of Iridology so that it could gain recognition as a true science in Europe.

IR 561

3 credits

51.12

 

Review of the Iridology Literature

 

The student will study and learn from some of the most interesting journal articles in the field of Iridology. These articles are based upon research conducted throughout the world. From these articles, the student will learn how some of the most experienced iridologists conduct their practices. They will learn about various forms of iris photography. They will review specific case histories of clinically ill patients and what was observed in the irises of these people. Fascinating work with Chromotherapy and its effects on the iris will be also studied.

IR 611

2 credits

51.12

 

Circular Patterns

 

In this course the student will learn that the pupil replicates the brain, spinal cord, and nervous system. They will learn to discern between various deformations and flattening of the pupil and come to know what these indicate. Ways to assess the placement, quality, and shape of the collarette will be covered. The students will also review other circular phenomena such as contraction furrows, radial furrows and their implications.

IR 620

6 credits

51.12

 

Advanced Iridology, Health and Nutrition

 

This is a thorough, comprehensive study of iridology. Students will discover how iridology and nutrition work together as well as how each organ or tissue type has a unique chemical balance, which is in equilibrium with the chemical balance of the body as a whole. When nerves are depleted in any part of the body, nerve depletion is reflected in the iris. When a specific mineral is depleted in any organ, it is indicated in the iris zone for that organ. Research is covered on genealogy and predisposing genetic factors, and how signs of inherent weakness differ from those of acquired illness. Advanced computer studies are examined to demonstrate an objective scientific basis for validating the iridological methods of health evaluation.

IR 630

4 credits

51.12

 

Master Teaching Series II

 

An advanced review of 140 iris slides with written and audiotape commentary by Dr. Jensen. This course will give the student advanced practical experience in iris examinations, learning to detect markings in the eye, and understanding what they represent. Emphasis is placed upon how to take care of the patient by the following: identification of underachieving elimination channels and major organs from iris analysis, reduction of toxic settlements with tissue cleansing, generation of new tissue with health building foods, and monitoring health changes with follow-up iris examinations and detecting changes in iris signs.

IR 650

3 credits

51.12

 

Brown Eye Study

 

An in-depth study of brown eye slides with written commentary by Dr. Jensen. The student will learn about markings of a brown eye and specific methods of analyzing the brown eye. Dr. Jensen will review actual case studies of brown-eyed patients. The student will also learn about the importance of lighting when taking a photograph of a brown eye.

IR 660

4 credits

51.12

 

Iris Analysis Lab

 

The student will observe 20 pairs of iris slides of blue eyes, mixed eyes, and brown eyes. The student will study a full spectrum of iris colors and review all of the iris markings learned in previous courses. A detailed analysis of each of these pairs of eye slides and written detailed recommendations as if each pair of slides represented a client or patient will be required as homework.

IS 400

3 credits

 

 

Independent Study

 

The student will coordinate customized independent study with a pre-assigned instructor. Repeatable for credit.

IS 500

3 credits

 

 

Independent Study

 

The student will coordinate customized independent study with a pre-assigned instructor. Repeatable for credit.

IS 600

3 credits

 

 

Independent Study

 

The student will coordinate customized independent study with a pre-assigned instructor. Repeatable for credit.

 

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